“Homo sapiens rules the world because it is the only animal that can believe in things that exist purely in its own imagination.”Read More
They say time flies when you’re having fun; I can attest.
This time twenty years ago I was nearing the end of a 28-day journey into the heart of South West Tasmania, quite possibly the wildest place in Australia and home to Federation Peak.Read More
Was 2018 your worst year ever?
C’mon, be honest.
Was it just me, or was your social media feed around New Year’s Eve filled with sentiments like:
“I’m glad that’s over”
“Worst year ever!”
“2018, you sucked!”Read More
I have a confession to make.
I know, I’m not supposed to be.Read More
Most artists go unrecognized.
The majority of athletes don’t take home the gold or appear on magazine covers.
Friends and family wonder when they’ll grow up, and get a real job…Read More
“No Fear”. “There’s nothing to fear, but fear itself”. “Fear no evil”. Talk about a four-letter word!
We really don’t like fear, but perhaps it’s time to do some reframing.
Now, before we begin, let me be clear. I’m not suggesting you break the law. As if someone from Australia, a country built by criminals whose national hero is the outlaw Ned Kelly, would suggest that :)Read More
You can hear a pin drop in every audience I’m in front of when I tell them that living life with no legs is not a big deal…Read More
More often I’m being asked to teach people to become more resilient, and as I’ve said before, resilience is not something that can be learned.Read More
Let’s face it, sometimes, @*&$ just happens.Read More
I’m sure you heard the news last week about four Paralympian’s running a time fast enough to have gotten gold if they had been competing two weeks earlier at the Olympics.Read More
A few weeks ago I had the amazing opportunity to act as a mentor to a group of five teenagers with varying abilities as they learnt to scuba dive in the Cayman Islands.Read More
So the *$#& has just hit the fan and you need to be more resilient.Read More
Learning that is. We strive; we set goals. We use phrases like “I’m getting there” (or at least I do) to indicate our progress toward a set point; a destination.Read More
All of us feel stuck at some point in our lives, and it’s no wonder. The scientific community suggests that the average adult makes approximately 35,000 decisions each day…Read More